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Allume Wants to Make Personal Shoppers More Accessible and Affordable

There’s a lot that sucks about shopping for clothes online — you can’t judge fit, you can’t feel the material, and there’s no way of telling whether or not a few items from different stores will actually coalesce into an outfit that looks good. But, if you’re wrapped up in juggling a family and a job, […] This story was originally published at Allume Wants to Make Personal Shoppers Mor
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